Digital learning allows the learner to break down complex knowledge and consume is in sizes convenient for the learner at the time that feels right! Going digital improves the relevance and success of the learning and makes it more attainable for the busy learner. Also, you shorten the period between acquiring knowledge and putting it into practice.
When combining digital learning with traditional face-to-face learning, you get a very potent cocktail. The combination results in higher retention of knowledge than through traditional face-to-face learning alone.
There are many ways to build a blended learning journey. For instance, with digital pre-assignments, the time can be spent on application training when coming together face to face. This way, more ground can be covered, and more competences built. In addition, post-assignment work can aid the learner to retain knowledge more effectively and promotes the conversion to action process.
At People & Performance, we are using an online learning platform which offers a social community that allows course participants to communicate with each other and their instructor. Digital learners can read articles, complete and share tasks, provide mutual feedback and write comments on joint subjects. This interaction helps keep learners motivated, engaged and committed throughout their learning journey.
When a learning journey is tailored to an organisation’s demands and needs, we secure that the content is relevant and presented to the learner so that it converts easily into action. Digital learning is not a one-size-fits-all type of deal, and it offers more flexible learning opportunities than traditional face-to-face learning.
A well-tailored online learning journey enables the instructor to track the learner’s progress. Such real-time tracking highlights which areas need more attention than others, and when is it time to re-activate learners for continued learning.
Time is money, and you will save travel time, accommodation cost and inconvenience when digitalising your learning process. Course participants can engage in learning from their regular workplace, and immediately bring the learning back into reality.
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